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Meet our staff and Governors

Staff

Senior Leadership Team                       

Mr Eddie Brown (Headteacher and Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL))   

Mr Rob Pepper (Deputy Headteacher, Deputy DSL)          

Ms Rosina Kellman  (SENDco , Deputy DSL)

EYFS - Reception

Ms Amy Walton - Teacher

Mrs Sandra Ashman  - TA

Year 1

Ms Sarah Strong

Mrs Kate Chapple - TA

Year 2

Mr Dan Wase - Teacher

Mrs Clare Smerdon - TA

Year 3

Miss Charlotte Angell -Teacher

Mrs Jenny Nash - TA

Mrs Gemima Kay-Savage - TA

Year 4

Miss Emily Light  - Teacher

Mrs Roz Woodhead - TA

Mrs Myra Williams - TA

Year 5

Mrs Jo Pen-Collings - Teacher

Mrs Alison Gray - TA

Mrs Susannah Turp - TA

Year 6

Mr Sam Roberts - Teacher

 

 

Admin Staff

Mrs Nicola Dixon - Senior Administrator

Miss Kirsty Sparks - Administrator

Mr Dan Nagy - Senior Finance Officer

Caretaking & Cleaning

Mrs Stacey Ashworth - Caretaker

Mrs Janet Richards - Cleaner 

Meal Time Assistants

Mrs Stacey Ashworth      

Mrs Jenna Cartwright      

Mrs Anita Kindred

Mrs Gemima Kay-Savage

Mrs Mel Full

Miss Kerri Hart

Mrs Lisa Bailey

 

Governors

Mr Malcolm Cowper (Chair of Governors)

Mrs Beverley Garland (Vice- Chair of Governors)

Mrs Sharron Humphries (Vice- Chair of Governors   

Roz Parkes

Mr Eddie Brown - Headteacher, ex-officio

                                                                                               Vice- Chair of Governors Beverley Garland shares her thoughts on being a Buckfastleigh School Governor. 

What is our role?

Becoming a governor is big commitment and not one to be taken lightly, but it is a very rewarding role.  Having been elected each governor undergoes formal on going training both at county and academy level, and during their first year is paired with a more experienced governor mentor who will undergo joint visits into school looking at pre decided areas linked into the School Development Plan.
We meet formally every half term to ensure that the School Development Plan is being implemented, to discuss staffing, update policies, feedback on Governor visits and to discuss future plans and developments at both school and Academy level.                                                     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Currently we have a vacancy for a Community Governor and we are very keen to recruit someone with financial expertise to further complement our experienced team of Governors.  If you know of anyone with accountancy or business experience, please do ask them to contact us via the school office.

Beverley Garland (Vice-Chair of Governors)